India Is In Its Highest Single-day Spike Of 95,735 Covid-19 Cases!!
Our Nation has nearly reported 96,000 new cases and 1,172 deaths in the last 24 hours. This took India's overall Covid-19 tally past the 44-lakh mark. Yes, you read it right! The news is quite depressing and shocking!!
"The total number of coronavirus cases stand 44, 65,864 including 9,19,018 active cases, 34,71,784 cured/recovered/migrated and 75,062 deaths," the Health Ministry said.
According to the Union Health Ministry, 95,735 new cases and 1,172 deaths were reported in the last 24 hours, taking India's Covid-19 tally past the 44-lakh mark to 44,65,864.
India recorded the country's highest single-day spike on Thursday.
India is currently the second-worst hit country after the US since the first case was reported on January 30.
The recovery rate stands at 77.77 percent, the fatality rate at 1.69 percent, the ministry data showed.
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has so far tested a total of 5,29,34,433 samples for Covid-19 up to September 9. It seems still more tests need to be done!
Maharashtra continues to be the worst affected state due to the coronavirus pandemic. The state reported 23,816 new cases on Wednesday, taking the total number of Covid-19 cases to 9,67,349. The state has 2,52,734 active cases, 6,86,462 recoveries, and 27,787 fatalities, as per the State Health Department.
In Andhra Pradesh, the cumulative count of coronavirus cases stands at 5,27,512 with 97,271 active cases, 4,25,607 recoveries, and 4,634 fatalities.
Delhi recorded its highest single-day spike of 4,039 Covid-19 cases on Wednesday, taking the total number of cases in the national capital to 2,01,174.
Don't take Covid-19 lightly, wear a mask, maintain social distance, says PM Modi.
About 74 percent of these are from the nine worse-affected states, which are the above five states, and Telangana, Assam, Odisha, and Chhattisgarh. At present, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh contribute 49 percent of the total active cases. Of the total deaths, 69 percent were recorded in five states of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Delhi, and Andhra Pradesh. Of the total active cases, 21.7 percent are in Kerala, Delhi, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Bihar, Rajasthan, and Jammu and Kashmir.
Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Uttar Pradesh continue to power India's COVID surge as the country witnessed its highest single-day surge of 97,735 cases on Thursday, taking the country's coronavirus tally to 44,658,863 cases.
Of these, 3,471,783 have recovered from the deadly disease.
Of the total number of infections, 60 percent are from these five states.
The current scenario is getting worse day by day. Keeping the current scenario is it necessary to do Lockdown again? Will, it does not affect the country’s economy? Will this provide a solution to the present condition?
These entire questions are valid and need to be highlighted to the right people. So, what are your views on the same? Let us know in the comments section.
All of us need to accept the New Normal but there are mandate precautions as well that needs to be taken in parallel.
Hope we get to see some good figures in the coming future! And the scenario improves.
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